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Posted: 2018-07-24

 

REQUEST FOR TENDER

 

PROJECT NO.  MWSB 1438

 

RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF ST. ANDREWS

SUPPLY OF WATER METERS AND

AUTOMATED METER READ

SYSTEM

Table of Contents

 

TENDER DOCUMENTS

 

 

 

NO. OF

PAGES

PART 1      Instructions to Bidders

 

 

 

 

2

PART 2      Tender Forms – including:

 

 

 

A.   Tender Submission:

 

 

 

Tender Forms - Form No. 3.A

 

3

Schedule of Prices - Form No. 3.B

 

1

 

SPECIFICATIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 01001         Special Provisions

 

 

6

Part 1 - General

 

 

Part 2 - Products

 

 

Part 3 - Execution

 

 

 

 01150         Measurement and Payment

 

 

2

Part 1 - General

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

 

The Manitoba Water Services Board

STANDARD CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS*

 

 

Sept. 2015

 

*Note: Refer to MWSB Website:

http://www.gov.mb.ca/ia/mwsb/pubs/standard-construction-specifications.pdf

 

 

for updates to these Specifications.

It is the responsibility of the holder of these Specifications to maintain the most recent update.

 

SECTION TITLE

REVISION

DATE

NO. OF

PAGES

DIVISION 1 – General

 

 

 

MWSB 1000   General Conditions

 

May 2015

37

DIVISION 5 – Metals

 

 

 

059000            Miscellaneous Metal

 

 

3

DIVISION 15 – Mechanical

 

 

 

150500            Basic Materials and Methods

 

 

17

APPENDIX

 

 

 

Listing of Approved Products

May 2015

44

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

 

1.      Project Information

 

(a)            The Rural Municipality of St. Andrews is issuing this Request for Tenders for the following project:

 

                    PROJECT NO.:  MWSB 1438

 

                     PROJECT NAME:  RM of St. Andrews Supply of Water Meters and

                                                            Automated Meter Read System

 

          (b)      The following is a brief description of the Work required for the project:

 

                    The supply and delivery of approximately 1500 residential and commercial water meters c/w integrated register and RF transmitter, an automated meter read system, and all related appurtenances for the RM of St. Andrews, Manitoba.

 

2.      Project Specifications

 

          (a)      All work shall conform to The MWSB Standard Construction Specifications, September 2015.  Refer to M.W.S.B. website:

 

http://www.gov.mb.ca/ia/mwsb/pubs/standard-construction-specifications.pdf

 

3.      Submission Deadline and Address

 

(a)            All bidders shall submit the completed tender form in an envelope marked on the outside with "RM of St. Andrews, Supply of Water Meter and Automated Meter Read System" not later than August 23rd, 2018 at 12:00 noon to;

 

Andrew Weremy, Chief Administrative Officer

500 Railway Avenue

Clandeboye MB 

R0C 0P0

 

4.      Inquiries

 

All inquiries with respect to the proposed work shall be directed to the Project Manager:

 

          Randy Borsa, C.E.T.

          randy@rmofstandrews.com

          Phone: (204) 481-4560

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.      Tender Form

 

          (a)      The Bidder must complete the Tender Form (using Form No. 3A), making all required entries.

 

          (b)      No change shall be made in the wording of the Tender Form.

 

          (c)     The Tender Form must be signed and dated by the Bidder. The name and official capacity of the person(s) signing the Tender Form must be printed below the signature(s).

 

6.      Schedule of Prices

 

(a)            Bidders must complete the Schedule of Prices (using Form No. 3B) by showing:

 

(i)             a unit price for each item for which a quantity is given;

(ii)           a lump sum price for each lump sum item given; and

(iii)          the total Tender price. 

 

(b)           Prices shall be quoted in Canadian funds.

 

(c)            The unit or lump sum prices quoted shall be all inclusive, and shall include: (i) the cost of the various items of Work as set forth in the Contract; (ii) the cost to furnish all Material (except as otherwise provided in the Contract); (iii) the cost to furnish all Plant, labour, transportation and incidentals necessary for the proper completion of the Work which the Contractor is required to do in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Contract; and (iv) all insurance, Worker's Compensation, vacation pay, custom duties, provincial sales

tax, excise taxes (except the Federal Goods and Services Tax (G.S.T.) and all other charges, costs and assessments. G.S.T. shall be identified separately in the space provided in the Schedule of Prices.

 

7.      Acceptance of Tender

 

    (a)      The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all tenders, to waive defects, to accept any tender or to accept any offer which they may consider to be in the best interest of the Owner.

 


 

INSURANCE, PERFORMANCE SECURITY AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

 

1.      CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

The Contract Documents consist of these General Conditions, and other documents, or parts thereof, and shall constitute the entire agreement between the RM of St. Andrews and the Contractor.  There are no representations, warranties, covenants or agreements other than those contained in the Contract.

 

2.      HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT

The Contractor shall indemnify and hold harmless the RM of St. Andrews from any and all third party claims, demands, actions or costs for which the Contractor is legally responsible including those arising out of negligence or wilful acts by the Contractor or Contractor’s employees or agents.  This hold harmless provision shall survive the Contract.

 

3.      PRODUCT OPTIONS AND SUBSTITUTIONS

In the case of substitutions, where allowed, substitutions must be of the same generic type and capable of performing the same functions as and must meet or exceed the standards of the named product.  The Contractor must submit the proposed changes to the Owner in writing for approval.

 

4.      TRAINING AND EDUCATION

The Contractor shall be responsible to provide a complete onsite training program for an electronic meter reading system for municipal staff.  This training is intended to familiarize staff with the operation of all aspects of the hardware and software provided.  The Supplier will be required to submit details for such a training program, stating the number of hours of onsite support and recommended follow up visits.

 

5.      WARRANTY

The Contractor is responsible for faulty materials or workmanship which appears within a period of one year from the date of Substantial Performance of the Work, or such other periods as may be specified for parts of the Work.  The Contractor shall remedy any defects and pay for any damage to other work resulting from defects or deficiencies within the same period.


 


 

RM OF ST. ANDREWS

 

T E N D E R   F O R M

 

 

Project Name

 

RM of St. Andrews Supply of Water Meters and Automated Meter Read System

 

Submission Deadline

 

Date: August 23th, 2018

Time: 12:00 noon prevailing local time

 

 

Bidder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(mailing address if different)

 

 

 

 

 

 

__________________________________________________________

Name of Bidder

 

__________________________________________________________

Street

 

__________________________________________________________

City                                         Province                                   Postal Code

 

__________________________________________________________

Street or P.O. Box

 

__________________________________________________________

City                                         Province                                   Postal Code

 

 

 

Contact Person

 

 

The Bidder hereby authorizes the following contact person to represent the Bidder for purposes of the Tender.

 

__________________________________________________________

Contact Person                       Title

 

__________________________________________________________

Telephone Number                 Facsimile Number

 

 

 

 

Offer

The Bidder hereby offers to perform the Work in accordance with the

Contract for the price quoted by the Bidder, as set out in the Schedule of Prices. 

 

 

 

 

Time to Complete the Work

In accordance with the General Conditions, the Bidder agrees to achieve Substantial Performance:

 

On or before: November 30st, 2018

 

 

Tender Documents

The Bidder agrees that the Tender Documents in their entirety shall be deemed to be incorporated in and shall form a part of this Tender notwithstanding that not all parts are necessarily attached to or accompany these Tender Documents. 

 

 

Liquidated Damages

The Bidder acknowledges and agrees that if it fails to achieve Substantial Performance in accordance with the dates specified in the Contract, the Bidder will be required to pay the RM of St. Andrews the following amounts per Working Day as liquidated damages for each and every Working Day which the failure continues:

 

Liquidated Damages: $500.00 per working day.

 


 

Signatures

In witness whereof the Bidder or the Bidder’s authorized official or officials have signed this _____ day of __________________, 20____.

 

_____________________________________________________(seal)

Signature of Bidder or Bidder’s Authorized Official or Officials

 

__________________________________________________________

(Print name and official capacity of individual whose signature appears above)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCEPTANCE

 

The RM of St. Andrews hereby accepts the above Tender submitted by the Bidder,

 

__________________________________________________  (hereinafter, called the “Contractor”) for

(insert legal name of Bidder)

 

Project Name:        RM of St. Andrews Supply of Water Meters and

                              Automated Meter Read System

 

Project Description:     The supply and delivery of approximately 1500 residential and commercial water meters c/w integrated register and RF transmitter, an automated meter read system, and all related appurtenances for the RM of St. Andrews, Manitoba.

 

and agrees that such acceptance shall constitute the binding Contract between the RM OF ST. ANDREWS and the Contractor for the Work.

 

 

Dated this _________ day of ______________, 20 ____.

 

FOR THE RM OF ST. ANDREWS:

 

The RM OF ST. ANDREWS hereby confirms that the Contract Price for the Work is: $___________________.

 

 

The RM OF ST. ANDREWS authorizes the Contractor to commence the Work on: _______________, 20______.

 

 

 

 

 

 

____________________________________(seal)                           ________________________________

Signature                                                                                            Print Name and Title

 

 

 


 

 

SCHEDULE OF PRICES

MWSB 1438

 

DESCRIPTION OF WORK

ESTIMATED QUANTITIES

 

UNIT

UNIT PRICE

$0.00

TOTAL

$0.00

1.  Supply and delivery of Water Meter with encoder Register c/w tail pieces and RF transmitter. Must be compatible with Muniware utility billing system.

 

 

 

 

a)  16 mm x 19 mm – 2018

500

Each

 

 

b)  16 mm x 19 mm – 2019

500

Each

 

 

c)  16 mm x 19 mm – 2020

500

Each

 

 

b)   25 mm

3

Each

 

 

c)   38 mm

5

Each

 

 

d)  50 mm

5

Each

 

 

e)  75 mm

3

Each

 

 

f)  100 mm

3

Each

 

 

2.       Building supply valves

 

 

 

 

a)  19 mm

3020

Each

 

 

b)  25 mm

3

Each

 

 

c)  38 mm

5

Each

 

 

d)  50 mm

5

Each

 

 

e)  75 mm

3

Each

 

 

 f)  100 mm

3

Each

 

 

3.      Supply and Delivery of complete Meter Reading system including:

a)      Qty (1) Handheld unit c/w RF Adaptor

b)      Qty (1) Cradle/Charger for Handheld

c)      Qty (1) Software

d)     Qty (1) On-site Training and Implementation

e)      Qty (1) Mobile Data Collection System

NOTE: This DOES include the interface/transfer file between the PC and the Billing System.

 

1

LS

 

 

RF Annual License Fee (if required)

15

Annually

 

 

Public education

1

LS

 

 

Extra Work Allowance

 

 

 

$2000.00

 

Subtotal

$

 

PST (8% of Subtotal)

$

 

Goods & Services Tax (5% of Subtotal)

$

 

TOTAL TENDER PRICE

$

 


 


 

PART 1

 

GENERAL

 

 

1.01

DOCUMENTS

In the event of conflict between these Special Provisions and the Drawings or the other sections of the Specifications, the Special Provisions shall govern.

 

 

The Contractor shall take note that The Manitoba Water Services Board Standard Construction Specifications, September 2015 with reference made to specific Divisions and Sections outlined in the Table of Contents shall apply to and be part of this Section and part of the Contract Documents.  The Supplier shall make reference to the Standard Construction Specifications September 2015 for the proper execution of the Contract.

 

1.02

DESCRIPTION OF WORK

The Contractor shall supply all water meters and an Automated Read System.  The work shall include:

 

·         Supply of water meters complete with Encoder Register, tail pieces, RF Transmitter and any appurtenances phased in over a three year period as indicated in the schedule of prices.

·         Interface electronic meter reading system software with current RM of St. Andrews Muniware Utility Billing System software

·         Supply an electronic handheld meter reading system

·         Provide technical training and support services for electronic meter reading system

 

 

1.03
TRAINING AND

EDUCATION

The Contractor shall be responsible to provide a complete onsite training program for an electronic meter reading system for municipal staff.  This training is intended to familiarize staff with the operation of all aspects of the hardware and software provided.  The Supplier will be required to submit details for such a training program, stating the number of hours of onsite support and recommended follow up visits.

 

PART 2

 

PRODUCTS

 

 

2.01                                                                                         

GENERAL

The Contractor shall supply all the materials required for the execution of this Contract.  All materials supplied by the Contractor shall be new and free from defects.  All products supplied for this contract shall conform to the Manitoba Water Services Board Construction Specifications and Listing of approved Products.

 

2.02                                                                                        2WATER METERS

All Water Meters shall be Neptune T10 Pro Read or Sensus SR II positive or Badger displacement type residential meters conforming to the latest edition of A.W.W.A. Standard C700 for positive displacement type meters. Single or Multi Jet type meters are not acceptable.

 

 

 

The manufacturer or proponent shall furnish a certificate showing that each meter was tested for accuracy of registration and that it complies with the accuracy and capacity requirements of AWWA C-700 when tested in accordance with AWWA C-705.

 

All meter maincases shall be made of a lead-free brass containing a minimum of 85% copper that meets NSF 61 standard.  The serial number should be stamped between the outlet port of the maincase and the register.  Maincase markings shall be cast raised and shall indicate size, model, direction of flow, and NSF 61 certification.  A copy of the NSF 61 certificate shall also be included with the proposal.  Plastic or Epoxy Coated maincases are not acceptable.  Each meter shall be supplied with an encoder type register as specified below.

 

2.03                                                                                        2ENCODER REGISTER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All meters, as a minimum, shall be equipped with Neptune ARB VI/ProRead r900i encoder register or Sensus ECR III/ICE or Badger conforming to the requirements of AWWA C-707.

 

The manufacturer or proponent is to supply an affidavit that all the systems and components of the encoder register comply with all the applicable requirements of AWWA C-707. Encoder registers shall be capable of being read by a portable data acquisition (handheld or drive-by) unit via a radio frequency (RF) signal.  The register shall be sealed to prevent tampering.

 

Measurements must be registered in imperial gallons.  Each encoder register shall have a customer identification number with a minimum of 6 digits programmed in the register at the factory, prior to shipping.  The unit shall, in digital format, simultaneously encode the six most significant digits of the register for remote interrogation for automatic meter readings.  The register shall have a means for the homeowner to observe low flows/leaks.

 

Preference will be given to the register that is removable and replaceable without removing the meter from service.  The register shall be compatible with all remote-reading systems. For meter chamber applications (if applicable), the total assembly shall be capable of operating in a fully submerged environment.

 

 

2.04
BUILDING

SUPPLY VALVE

The tender price for this item shall include the supply and installation to complete all work. Building supply valve shall be 25 mm, 32mm, 38mm, 50mm, 75 mm or 100mm, valve (drainable ball valve with brass body).  Valves are to be provided with end connections or adapters to suit the existing service pipe. Building supply valves will also include the 19mm ball valves for the external lawn watering connection including required tees and adaptors.  Homeowners will be responsible to complete connection for lawn watering system after ball valve and stub as indicated in the drawings.

 

 

 

 

 

2.05

REMOTE WIRING

(if required)

If there is a wire connection between the register and the RF transmitter, it shall be accomplished using a minimum three (3) conductors non-polarized, 22 gauge, solid copper LVT jacketed wire. The solid conductors shall be PVC insulated and colour coded, black, red and green.  The remote wire shall be covered with a gray PVC jacket.  Preference is to have RF transmitter mounted on the meter.

 

2.06

RF TRANSMITTER

ASSEMBLY

 

The RF transmitters must be compact electronic devices, integral with the water meters.  They shall encode consumption, then transmit this data and other information to a remote reading device.  The same RF transmitters must be read either in the Walk-by System with a handheld computer equipped with a radio frequency interface unit, or in a Mobile/Drive-by System with a unit mounted in a vehicle. 

 

2.07

RF TRANSMITTER

OPERATION SPECIFICATIONS

 

The RF transmitter must meet FCC Part 15.247 and have a minimum of 75mW of output power. Preference will be given to a proponent who is the sole manufacturer of the different components of the system (reading equipment, RF transmitters, meters) to provide a unique interlocutor to the utility.  Preference will be given to systems that do not require GIS/GPS coordinates to read the meters.

 

As a minimum, the RF transmitter shall transmit the encoded meter reading and its unique ID number. Preference will be given to the manufacturer who will guarantee that the reading obtained electronically matches the odometer reading on the register. Therefore, non-synchronization of electronic reading and mechanical read for any reason (battery change, register change, cut wire, register roll-over) is not acceptable. If wiring has been disconnected or cut, a “non reading” shall be provided indicating possible wire tampering.

 

Preference will be given to a system that does not require any special licensing, including licenses from FCC and Industry Canada. The System implementation shall not be delayed due to the uncertainty of Federal Licensing Requirements. The System must be expandable at any time without authorization from the FCC and DOC.

 

Power shall be supplied to the RF transmitter by a lithium battery. The Proponent shall warrant that any battery provided and installed in the RF transmitter by the Proponent shall be free of manufacturer and design defects for a minimum period of ten (10) years from the date of shipment from the factory without pro-rating and twenty (20) years overall, where the RF transmitter is working under the environmental and meter reading conditions specified.

 

Preference will be given to the Proponent whose battery life is not affected by outside erroneous wake-up tones (i.e. other utilities reading and therefore sending out a wake-up tone). The number of reads performed must not affect the battery life.

 

 

 

Preference will be given to the Proponent whose batteries are field replaceable (the replacement shall be demonstrated) and not require the removal of any silicone type insulation, and be designed for minimum twenty (20) years life expectancy. The RF transmitter shall not require reprogramming, if the battery discharges before it is replaced.

 

Preference will be given to the Proponent whose RF transmitters do not require programming before or after their installation. Each device shall have a unique pre-programmed identification number of 10 characters. The ID number will be permanent and shall not be altered. Each device shall be labeled with the ID number in numeric form. The label shall also display FCC and Industry Canada approval information and manufacturer’s designation.

 

The RF transmitter shall be mounted on meter or remote (with interconnecting wire) according to the manufacturer’s installation instructions. Read transmissions must be verified using the Proponent’s handheld or Mobile/Drive-By receiver. The RF transmitter shall be capable of being received by either a handheld receiver or a Mobile/Drive-By receiver without special configuration or remanufacture.

 

2.08

METER READING

SYSTEM

 

The preferred system must be compatible with a PC and the Asyst utility billing system. Compatible meter hardware and software as per United Systems Technology Inc. customer service include:

 

§  Sensus/Invensys

§  Schlumberget/Neptune EZ Route and Equinox.

§  Schlumberget/Neptune RouteMAPS

§  Digital Logic (Psion) Badger v1 and v2

 

 

a.  Handheld Unit

The function of the handheld in RF mode is to provide the Owner with the capability of reading meters via radio signals. The handheld will be set for RF readings and all transmissions from RF transmitters will be collected. The reading of any RF transmitter shall be automatically stored in the proper account record without intervention by the meter reader.

 

Preference will be given to handheld reading equipment that can provide a test mode to verify operation of the RF transmitter without entering the RF transmitter ID number.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As a minimum, the handheld device should meet and exceed MIL-STD 810E standard, method 516.4, procedure IV:

§  The device should be able to withstand a minimum two metre drop to concrete

§  The display should have no degradation when exposed to storage temperatures of –30 deg. C to +60 deg. C

§  The device should operate in temperatures of –20 deg. C to +50 deg. C

§  The device should operate within the RM of St. Andrews  

§  The device should have a color screen

§  The device must have an adapter for automatic meter reading of RF transmitters

 

b.   Host Software

The host software must be route management software that shall transfer files between the Utility Billing/CIS System and the Data Collection Devices.

 

The host software will have the following features:

§  Windows 7 compatible

§  Loads and Unloads from the handhelds by serial communications

§  Pull-down menu driven format with highlight bar and mouse support

§  Allows PC Operator to review and edit any account in the Route Manager database

§  Generates “route” and “activity” reports defined by the user

§  Provides database backup/restore functions

§  Allows users to merge several separate files into one PC Database

§  Any unread account from a route may be loaded back onto the handheld or Mobile unit

§  Enables the user to set up and save customer report formats

§  User can specify the data to be exported from the database for transferring to the billing system

§  Database records may be automatically deleted during the export process

§  Enables the user to search the database records matching specified information

 

c.   System Support and Maintenance

In addition to warranty periods, Proponents are required to supply information on required or optional maintenance programs beyond the warranty period for both hardware and software. The location of and procedures for obtaining such support shall be stated. A toll-free support number must be provided for system support. Preference will be given to Proponents whose support provides Canadian content (for example technical support or system implementer from Canada). Proponents are also asked to supply with their proposal statistics for call resolution.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

d.   Mobile Data Collection System

The mobile data collection device must be a portable, compact electronic system. The unit shall be easily transportable from vehicle to vehicle or vehicle to office. It must collect the data broadcast by the RF transmitter and be capable of being downloaded to the host computer at the utility office.  The Owner is requesting that Proponents provide details of their proposed mobile data collection system solution in their proposal.

 

2.09

UTILITY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

 

The software to be provided for use on a personal computer must be suitable for use by a non-technical operator.  The software shall be fully menu driven and be compatible with existing RM of St. Andrews Muniware Utility Billing software.  The software must provide for customer select management reports related to meter reading route data.  An on-site training and education program for the utility staff is a requirement under this Contract.  The supplier/contractor shall specify the minimum requirements for a personal computer. 

 

2.10

PUBLIC EDUCATION

It is crucial that a universal metering program include good public relations from start to finish.  The proponent must design and execute a public education program, and as a minimum the program must:

 

§  Provide literature about the meter

§  Provide meter reading instructions;

 

The proponent is to include an itemized list with their proposal document of all the information and materials that they will provide (in addition to the requirements listed above for customer notification). The proponent is also to provide samples with the proposal document of these materials. All this information is to be provided for a lump sum as per the amount shown in the pricing schedule.

 

PART 3

EXECUTION

 

 

3.01                                                         
GENERAL

The Contractor shall execute the work under this Contract in accordance with the Specifications and to the satisfaction of the Owner and as required by all respective codes and regulations currently in effect.

 

 

3.02                                                         
WARRANTY

The Contractor shall replace or repair at his expense any faulty material or workmanship which occurs within a one-year period from the date the Certificate of Substantial Completion is issued.

 



 

PART 1

GENERAL

 

1.01
OTHER CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

 

The General Conditions of the Contract and the other General requirements of Division 1 attached hereto shall apply to, and be part of, this Section.

1.02
WATER METER,

RF TRANSMITTER

AND APPURTENANCES

 

1)         METHOD OF MEASUREMENT – Measurement for each “Water Meter, RF Transmitter and Appurtenances” described in Section 01001, Special Provisions, and shown on the Plans shall be based on the actual number of each supplied.

 

2)         BASIS OF PAYMENT – Payment for each “Water Meter, RF Transmitter and Appurtenances” shall be at the Contract Unit price for each “Water Meter, RF Transmitter and Appurtenances”  supplied and includes water meter, tail pieces, coupling nuts, encoder register, RF transmitter and all required appurtenances, as specified herein, which shall be payment in full for those materials and operations described in these specifications and for those operations incidental to the work for which no price or prices or provisions for payment are included in the Contract.

 

1.03
AUTOMATED METER READING SYSTEM

 

 

1)         METHOD OF MEASUREMENT – Measurement for each “Automated Meter Reading System” described in Section 01001, Special Provisions, and shown on the Plans shall be based on Contract Lump Sum Price.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2)         BASIS OF PAYMENT – Payment for each “Automated Meter Reading System” shall be at the Contract Lump Sum Price for each “Automated Meter Reading System” supplied and includes handheld meter read unit c/w RF Adaptor, Charger and/or cradled for handheld meter read unit and software onsite training and implementation mobile data collection system as specified herein, which shall be payment in full for those materials and operations described in these specifications and for those operations incidental to the work for which no price or prices or provisions for payment are included in the Contract.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.04
RADIO FREQUENCY

(RF) ANNUAL

LICENSE FEE

METHOD OF  MEASUREMENT – Measurement for “Radio

Frequency (RF) Annual License Fee” described in Section 01001, Special Provisions, and shown on the Plans shall be based on the annual fee basis.

 

2)         BASIS OF PAYMENT – Payment for “Radio Frequency (RF) Annual License Fee” shall be at the annual price for “Radio Frequency (RF) Annual License Fee” as specified herein, which shall be payment in full for operations incidental to the work for which no price or prices or provisions or payment are included in the Contract.

 

1.05
PUBLIC EDUCATION

LITERATURE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.06

TRAINING & EDUCATION

1)       METHOD OF MEASUREMENT – Measurement “Public Education” described in Section 01001, Special Provisions, and shown on the Plans shall be based on the lump sum.

 

2)         BASIS OF PAYMENT – Payment for “Public Education” shall be at the Contract Lump Sum Price for “Public Education” as specified herein, which shall be payment in full for those materials and operations described in these specifications for those operations incidental to the work for which no price or prices or provisions for payment are included in the Contract.

 

 

1)       METHOD OF MEASUREMENT – Measurement “Training & Education” described in Section 01001, Special Provisions, and shown on the Plans shall be incidental to “Supply of Water Meter and Automated Read System”.

 

2)       BASIS OF PAYMENT – Payment for “Training & Education” shall be incidental to “Supply of Water Meter and Automated Read System”.

as specified herein, which shall be payment in full for those materials and operations described in these specifications for those operations incidental to the work for which no price or prices or provisions for payment are included in the Contract.